One-hour, tape-delayed special premieres Sunday and replays throughout August and September.
One-hour, tape-delayed special premieres Sunday and replays throughout August and September.
Putting St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter’s June on-base mark into historical context.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright already has 10 RBI through his club’s first 61 games in 2016, a historic pace.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter is trying for his third straight four-hit game at Milwaukee on Wednesday.
Catcher Eric Fryer’s six hits in his first six at-bats as a St. Louis Cardinal breaks a mark set in 1963.
The ages and experience levels of 30 Major League Baseball managers and 30 bench coaches are reviewed in context of the St. Louis Cardinals’ pair.
St. Louis Cardinals photos from Monday’s third and final session of the 2016 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
In shocking and embarrassing news, the St. Louis Cardinals found themselves under Federal investigation for illegal access into the Houston Astros internal systems.
Four individuals joined the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame during 2015 – Ted Simmons, Bob Forsch, Curt Flood and George Kissell.
There are similarities between the age 26 trades of Ozzie Smith in late 1981 and Andrelton Simmons this week.
One-hour, tape-delayed special recapping the St. Louis Cardinals 2015 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies premieres Monday, August 17.
George Kissell, Curt Flood, Bob Forsch and Ted Simmons to be honored at Enshrinement Ceremony. Free, non-ticketed ceremony takes place at 2 p.m. on August 15th at Fox Sports Midwest Live! in Ballpark Village.
The St. Louis Cardinals have re-issued Mark McGwire’s number 25 to bench coach David Bell.
Though Jack Faszholz was only briefly a St. Louis Cardinal, he had a very successful career as an educator and coach.
The late Hall of Famers Ernie Banks and Stan Musial are joined by Willie McGee in the top 20 of MLB’s greatest gentlemen on the field of play.
Exclusive interview with Stan Musial biographer Joseph Stanton.
Consider a player’s team Hall of Fame credentials rather than discarding his candidacy because he starred for another team, too.
Thinking about two St. Louis Cardinals reserve catchers a half-century apart.
A series of St. Louis Cardinals were honored at last Sunday night’s Baseball Writers’ Association Dinner.
Former St. Louis Cardinals Mark Grudzielanek and Joe Mather are among new managers in the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league system.
The 2014 St. Louis Cardinals had four National League All-Stars, plus their manager. The only two to appear in the game had a rough night.
The last time the Braves and Cardinals swapped a major league outfielder, Atlanta made a huge mistake – one they are still living down 11 years later. Could the reverse happen now?
Will the St. Louis Cardinals look to add a more experienced bench coach to assist manager Mike Matheny?
Is Oscar Taveras heading for a Colby Rasmus-like scenario in which he is devalued before being traded away?
Lance Lynn has won at least 10 games in his first three first halves in the St. Louis Cardinals rotation – a rare feat.
The cries of concern over the contract the St. Louis Cardinals gave injured left-hander Jaime Garcia are reminiscent of those expressed over Mark Mulder six years ago.
It has been almost a century since the first two times the St. Louis Cardinals shortstop and catcher batted fourth and fifth. Hall of Famers Rogers Hornsby and Miller Huggins were directly involved.
Retired St. Louis Cardinals greats Ozzie Smith and Jim Edmonds share their thoughts on defense this week on FOX Sports Midwest.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ most influential teacher ever was passed over in the organization’s 2014 Hall of Fame selections.
The 2011 Colby Rasmus trade was a shocker to many, but the St. Louis Cardinals may benefit further in the future from the deal.
The St. Louis Cardinals Double-A club in Springfield has commissioned three interesting new characters.
Articulating a concern different from some others with how Friday’s St. Louis Cardinals home loss was managed.
A pre-vote for your two favorites among the eight to appear on the first St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame ballot.
One former St. Louis Cardinals position player-turned emergency pitcher has reportedly made the move for good. Could another be far behind?
February 21 event at Jupiter, Florida will offer fan access to the St. Louis Cardinals manager and selected players.
A look back at prospect rankings of five St. Louis Cardinals-developed future major leaguers.
Two St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famers to recount their most unforgettable games on MLB Network.
St. Louis Cardinals photos from Monday’s third and final session of the 2014 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
Both skippers from the 2013 NLCS, Don Mattingly of the Dodgers and Mike Matheny of the Cardinals, have since scored multi-year contract extensions.
A look back at the top projected stories across the St. Louis Cardinal nation in 2013 from last January.
On January 20, the greatest St. Louis Cardinals player of all time died.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mark Mulder is attempting a comeback, something Hall of Famer Jim Palmer once tried, too.
The St. Louis Cardinals gave their young and successful manager a contract extension this fall.
Three eligible St. Louis Cardinals should receive contract offers for 2014, but one may not.
St. Louis Cardinals principal owner Bill DeWitt Jr. is among 16 St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame inductees.
A search is underway for the author of a poem written about Stan Musial and left at his grave.
Stan the Man’s personal memorabilia generated strong bidding via a recently-completed online auction.
The online auction of Stan Musial’s memorabilia runs through Saturday, November 9.
Retired St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa will appear on his first Hall of Fame ballot next month.
Two high-profile 22-year-old pitchers for the St. Louis Cardinals faced the Boston Red Sox in the World Series – 46 years apart.
With Hall of Famer Lou Brock throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Wednesday night’s Game 5 of the National League Division Series, researcher Tom Orf offers up a quick and timely bit of trivia.
Instead of Michael Wacha joining Bud Smith and Jose Jimenez as St. Louis Cardinals rookies who threw no-hitters, he stands with Alan Benes and Rick Wise among those who lost a no-hit bid in the ninth inning.
The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired many players over time, but which minor league addition became the best as a major leaguer?
Hundreds of Stan the Man’s baseball-related treasures are going up for auction.
On Saturday night, Brock Peterson became the oldest St. Louis Cardinal to collect an RBI in his first MLB at-bat since at least 1935.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny discusses his concern over pitchers throwing near batters’ heads.
The Springfield Cardinals will wear, then auction off commemorative Stan Musial jerseys on Sunday, June 16.
A look back at St. Louis Cardinals double-headers since 1996.
The career WAR of fast-risers to St. Louis points to Joe Magrane as closest to average. Will new arrival Michael Wacha meet or exceed Magrane’s results?
A look at the players who reached the St. Louis Cardinals the soonest after being drafted.
Looking at effective first-game starters in St. Louis Cardinals history who also collected a hit.
A look back at every opening day pitcher in the 16-year history of the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds.
A mass in honor of Stan Musial was held on Saturday in his birthplace of Donora, Pa.
Commemorative “Musial 6” jerseys worn and autographed by St. Louis Blues hockey players are being auctioned for charity.
A long search leads to proof when and where the greatest St. Louis Cardinals player of all time once wore number 19, rather than his well-known number 6.
In one of his last interviews, Stan “The Man” Musial shared his thoughts on a variety of subjects.
Bob Costas and Tom Verducci host a one-hour program to remember Stan “the Man” Musial.
FOX Sports Midwest is scheduled to re-air the tribute to Stan Musial, “Remembering Stan Musial” twice in the upcoming weeks.
My Sunday appearance on Springfield’s KOLR-TV to discuss “The Man”
St. Louis Cardinals photos from Monday’s third and final session of the 2013 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
I joined host Lori Rubinson on WFAN Radio in New York to discuss the life of the late Stan Musial.
A look ahead to the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2013.
A look back at the top projected stories across the Cardinal Nation in 2012 from one year ago.
On November 13, 2011, Mike Matheny was named as the new manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, replacing retired Tony La Russa. While his club was unable to repeat as World Champions, the 42-year-old had a solid first season in the job. Prior to his hire, Matheny had been a special assistant to general manager […]
New Chicago Cub Edwin Jackson and four other well-traveled starting pitchers share one prior fact – they are all former St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ hitting coach and former star left one home for another with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
A former St. Louis Cardinals third baseman is living in the Houston area and managing a nearby independent league club.
Former St. Louis Cardinals infielder Ken Oberkfell keeps managing in independent ball.
Three current St. Louis Cardinals may play and two popular former Cardinals will be coaching in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
Two prominent St. Louis Cardinals figures from the last Century were not elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in voting results announced Monday.
Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith auctioned off much of his memorabilia, with a seven-digit take.
A left-handed thrower designated as shortstop appeared in the field in 1954 as part of a unique attempt to retire Stan Musial at the plate.
A former owner and shortstop behind some very successful St. Louis Cardinals clubs of the past will soon receive another chance at induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
MLB special assistant Tony La Russa would like to see greater sportsmanship exhibited by players as post-season series conclude.
Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith announced plans to sell much of his memorabilia and plans the throw out the first pitch for NLCS Game 4 Thursday night.
The St. Louis Cardinals won their first World Series on this date in 1926 behind a most unlikely hero – Grover Cleveland Alexander.
Adam Wainwright struck out 10 Washington Nationals, but his St. Louis Cardinals lost on Sunday.
On this date in 1963, the greatest St. Louis Cardinal player of all time, Stan Musial, played in his final game.
Lance Lynn has done something no other St. Louis Cardinals pitcher has accomplished since 1960.
Five 2012 St. Louis Cardinals have 20 or more home runs, but one, catcher Yadier Molina, really stands out.
Looking at several records set by Hall of Famer Stan Musial being approached by today’s MLB stars.
This date in 1924 was arguably the biggest day in Hall of Famer Jim Bottomley’s career.
Why couldn’t the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals re-use a lineup trick first deployed by Tony La Russa in September 2000?
Hall of Famers Red Schoendienst and Whitey Herzog plus Tony La Russa to appear at Saturday Hall of Fame Awards Presentation.
The late St. Louis Cardinals pitcher is being remembered a decade after his passing in a Thursday night television special.
Through 75 games, only one catcher in St. Louis Cardinals history had more home runs than does Yadier Molina this season.
OK, it was just one stat over two starts, but St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn logged two rare high-strikeout games.
St. Louis Cardinals star Stan Musial collected his 3,000th hit 54 years ago today, on May 13, 1958, at Chicago’s Wrigley Field.
Exclusive interview with the Hall of Fame shortstop in which we discuss St. Louis Cardinals past and present.
Jake Westbrook did something Thursday that has occurred only 64 times prior – a St. Louis Cardinals pitcher stealing a base.